In this talk I'll delve into the guts of the Azure Functions Runtime for .Net and show how its hidden extensibility features can let you implement cross-cutting concerns. I'll cover the background to why I decided to abuse the Azure Functions Runtime in this way, look at how I found the semi-secret extensibility points and show a couple of implementations that solved specific problems across a multitude of micro-services codebases.
I've a very broad experience of software development over 20 years and a passion for both technology and elegance in my solutions that make me an extremely capable Software and Solutions Architect. Personable and professional, I revel in complex challenges, but always make time to coach and mentor team members.
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